In this document, we’ll describe protocols of some of their software.
rawshell is an encrypted KVM protocol, announced as follows by its creator:
I’ve made a new remote shell program for ComputerCraft. Currently called “rawshell” (name WIP), it allows you to host a shell server on a computer that other computers can connect to over a modem, allowing those computers to run programs on the server and see the output.
Unlike the aging nsh program it replaces, rawshell features end-to-end encryption, backgrounding support, built-in password authentication, and custom launch programs/shells.
Support for file transfer is in progress as well.
—JackMacWindows on the Computer Mods Discord Server, June 6th, 2021
It uses a port protocol on port 5731 to setup a connection, then redirects connections on any port provided to the server through the command-line.
Describe the protocol.